I’ve done a review on another Sur de Los Andes Malbec, and the Red is different because it has been aged in two different oak barrels. This gives it another level of boldness and complexity. The Red is very dark and has a tannic sugary aroma.
The first sip was bliss. It hits your tongue with a dark berry spice and rolls to the back of your tongue leaving warmth behind. This is the boldest Malbec that I have tried and it was great.